Word Work Wheels are a fun way to spice up your word work centers! Word Work Wheels are easy to set up and keep students engaged in practicing their sight words or spelling words.
What is a Word Work Wheel?
Each word work wheel provides different ways to practice spelling and sight words. Students spin the word work wheel using a paperclip and a pencil. They match the picture on the spinner to the picture on the word work list to practice writing and spelling their word. Then, repeat!
When can Word Work Wheels be used?
My students complete word wheels independently during our reading block, but this could easily be a fun partner activity, as well. Word Work Wheels are perfect for word work centers, word work practice, fast-finisher activities, morning tubs or morning work, small group practice, and more!
Use the word work wheels to help your students practice any word list: sight words, spelling words, vocabulary words, words from a basal program, etc. Your students could even use your word wall as their “list” to practice from!
What is included in this resource?
• Six Word Work Wheels - Use one wheel a week for a minimum of six weeks of word work centers!
• 15 coordinating word work task cards
• Word Work Wheels and the task cards are provided in color and a black and white version
How can I use the coordinating task cards?
Use these cards to introduce each activity to your students, or display them to provide a visual aide. You could even choose to place the task cards in your word center before introducing the word work wheels to use them as additional activities. Introducing one new Word Work Wheel a week provides you with 6 weeks of word work activities, PLUS use the word task cards for additional material!
Word Work Wheels are interactive, engaging, and easy to set up!
Download the preview version to see pictures and read more about this fun word work activity.
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